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New Bottle Stop campaign appeal one year on

The family of a man from Lancashire who died after he was attacked with a bottle are making a fresh appeal to ban glass from pubs and clubs on the anniversary of his death.

Phillip Sherriff from Garstang died after a night out in London.

A 10k run will be held next month in his village in Lancashire to raise money to keep the campaign going.

For more information on the campaign, please visit www.facebook.com/bottlestopnow or for information on the 10k run visit www.bikesandbarrows.co.uk.

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10k race for bottle attack victim

Philip Sherriff

The family of a man who died after he was attacked with a bottle one year ago are to organise a 10k race in his name.

Phillip Sherriff, who was from Garstang, had a broken bottle pushed into his throat as he enjoying a night out in London on April 7th last year.

26-year-old Ashley Charles from Leicester was jailed for at least 14 years for the attack.

Mr Sherriff's family launched a campaign to have glass bottles replaced with plastic in pubs and clubs.

Widow takes campaign to number 10

Jane Sherriff with her husband Phillip and their two children Credit: ITV Granada

The grieving widow of a man murdered at a party is taking her fight to ban glass in pubs and clubs to Downing Street.

Jane Sherriff will hand over a petition signed by more than 113,000 people.

Her husband, Phillip, was stabbed in the neck with a bottle at a party back in April.

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